• What is CCMR? 


    College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) prepares students for life after graduation.  It comprises curriculum, resources, programs, and activities that will help students have the tools they need to enter college or the workforce and begin a career.  CCMR is integrated into the everyday culture of our district and is supported by state guidelines and partnerships with higher education organizations and businesses.  

    How do we prepare your child?

    CCMR is important from elementary to graduation.  Our academics are structured around giving your child a well-rounded education.  We provide several opportunities for your child to grow and develop skills needed for their future.   We accomplish this by providing our children with:

    • challenging curriculum
    • informative resources and tools
    • supportive staff
    • events and activities that jumpstart planning, such as College Night and career days

    Path to a brighter future?

    Where do we start?  There are so many careers out there, but how do I decide?  Look for your passion. What is it that you like to do and you find enjoyable?  Do some research in the area that you gravitate to.  Are you good at math, science, history, psychology, biology, art, music, or dance?  Explore your skill and see if that is really what you would like to do.  To have a bright future you need to enjoy what you are doing. 

    Explore these sites to determine if you are on the right path for your future.


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    What lifestyle do you want?  Check out the Texas Reality website and determine if your dream career will keep up with your lifestyle.                                           



    Did you know?

    Did you know that earning a certificate or a degree can earn you more money?  Look at the statistics from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.  Below is the 2021 Texas Public Higher Education Almanac and the Statewide Overview of Earnings Profile.  


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  • Graduation Program

    Where do we start?  Well, in Texas we have a foundation high school that will help you establish what you want to learn to be ready for college, a career, and or the military.   This is where we start looking at our skills, abilities, and strengths.   

Foundation High School
  • The Foundation High School Program consists of the following: 

    Make sure you are enrolled in these classes so that you can be ready for a successful outcome.

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  • Endorsements:

    Endorsements will give you the ability to be prepared in the area that you are most interested in. 

    ¹Students may earn one or more endorsements as part of their high school diploma. An endorsement consists of a sequence of courses that are grouped together by interest or occupational skill. They provide students with in-depth knowledge of a subject area or a high-wage, high-skill, and in-demand occupation. Every career and technical education (CTE) Program of Study leads to an endorsement. Students earn an endorsement by completing four credits each in math and science, two additional elective credits, and the curriculum requirements for the endorsement. Students can choose from five endorsement areas, which include:

     Stem  STEM 
                                    ²Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Do you get excited about building robots, making your own computer games or programs, or crunching numbers to
    make sure your fantasy football team is dialed? Does the thought of engineering sound cool? Do you do well in math and science classes? Then the STEM endorsement might be for you! Related careers include software developer, statistician, petroleum engineer, geoscientist, biochemist, and pharmacist.


           ¹Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

    (a sequence of courses in one of the following areas or a combination of courses from no more than two areas)

    • CTE STEM course or an approved STEM-related  Program of Study*
    • Mathematics
    • Science
      *For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2YF42Uq

     Business Business and Industry
                                   ²Do you get excited about starting your own business or playing the stock market? Want to work on construction sites or build websites and IT networks? Does the thought of being a CEO or manager sound cool? Then the Business and Industry endorsement might be for you! Career options include medical administrative assistant, event
    planner, construction manager, airline pilot, and financial manager.

    ¹Business and Industry

    (a sequence of courses in one of the following areas or a combination of courses from no more than two areas)

    •CTE business and industry-related Program of Study*                   
    • Agriculture, food, and natural resources 
    • Architecture and construction                       
    • Arts, audio-video technology, and communications                
    • Business management and administration    
    • English electives in public speaking, debate, advanced broadcast
    journalism, including newspaper and yearbook
    • Finance
    • Information technology                 
    • Hospitality and tourism 
    • Manufacturing                                               
    • Marketing
    • Transportation, distribution, and logistics       
    * For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2YF42Uq

    Public Service Public Service

    ²Are you excited about helping others or making the world a better place?  Want to serve your country or be a police officer?  Do you love to teach or work with children?  The Public Service endorsement might be for you!  Career options include registered nurse, paralegal, emergency management director, teacher, human resources specialist, and marriage and family therapist.  

    ¹Public Service

    (A sequence of courses in one of the following areas)

    • CTE public-service-related Programs of Study*            
    • Health Science
    • Human services
    • Education and training
    • Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC)
    • Law, public safety, corrections, and security
    • Government and public administration
    * For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2YF42Uq

    Arts  Arts and Humanities

    ²Do you get excited about learning a new language?  Do you dig studying the past and considering how it might impact the future?  Do you follow what's going on in the world around you?  Do you dream about being on stage or behind the scenes in a school play?   Then the Arts and Humanities endorsement might be for you!  Career options include political scientist, art director, economist, lawyer, choreographer, and translator. 

    ¹Arts and Humanities

    (one of the following)

    • Two levels each in two languages other than English (LOTE)
    • Four levels in the same LOTE
    • Courses from one or two disciplines in fine arts (music, theater, art, dance, or film)
    • English electives not included in business and industry endorsement
    • Social studies

    • American Sign Language (ASL)

      MultidisciplinaryMultidisciplinary Studies

    ²If you have too many interests to pick just one endorsement, or you’re still deciding what your future might look like, then the Multidisciplinary Studies endorsement might be for you! It will help you graduate as a well-rounded student, ready to go in whatever direction you want. Career options related to this endorsement include psychologist, security screener, and even CEO! 

    ¹Multidisciplinary Studies

    (one of the following)

    • Four advanced courses that prepare a student to enter the
    workforce successfully or post-secondary education without
    • Four credits in each foundation subject area, including chemistry
    and/or physics and English IV or a comparable Advanced
    Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) English course
    • Four credits in AP, IB, or dual credit courses selected from
    English, mathematics, science, social studies, economics, LOTE,
    or fine arts                                                                                        


    ¹ Texas Education Agency. Graduation Toolkit. Information for Planning Your High School Years & Beyond. Fall 2020.

    ² TexasOnCourse.  Endorsement Basics. 

  • What is the plan?  

    You have some decisions to make now.  What is it that you are interested in, what are your skills, what is your passion, and what is it that you would enjoy doing for the rest of your life? 

    Your choices will place you on the path to your future, either postsecondary education and/ or a career.  

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  • Which path will you choose?  

    Which path will you choose: college, career, or military  (Click to find more information.)


    College    Career    Military